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PRESENTED BY 



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HIS, the 1948 STAGE CO.\CH of Saint Man's School and 
Junior College, was published by the Student Body under the 
direction of Helen Eppes, Editor in Chief, and Amiecia Eure, 
Business Manager. The engraxing \\as produced under the su- 
perx'ision of, and the printing and binding b\', the Edwards & Broughton Co., 
Raleigh, North Carolina. Photograph)' b\- Ha>nes Studio of Raleigh. 




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Armecia Eure 
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YEUBOOK OF SAINT MARY'S 
SCHOOL AID JUIIOR COLLEliE 



Saint Mary's Sclicol Library 




Holt Hall, from whose walls echo carefree laughter and memories of pleasant days. 




Ilie Chapel, the embodiment of the sph-it of Saint Mary': 



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DEDICATED TO 




DEAN MARTHA DABNEY JONES 
whose efficiency, kindness, and unflagging interest have made her a warm friend to all. 



SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL 
AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 
RALEIGH. NORTH CAROUOTA 



DAILY REGISTER 



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RICHARD GABRIEL STONE, Ph.D. 

President 



He has proved himself constant in his deep interest in .Saint Mary's by furthering 
and building upon the ideals and principles inspired by former administrations, 
and never forgets the importance of personal contact with the students. 



The Rev. Mr. I. H.^rding Hughes, A.B., B.D. 

Mr. Hughes, our rector and our instructor, 
teaches us not only of Saul and Samuel, hut also 
of the Ten Commandments as they apply to 
building a foundation at Saint Mary's for later 
life. 





M.ARTH.Ji D.ABNE-i- Jones, .A.B., M..^. 

Office hours and Simday morning assembly 
announcements . . . last minute permissions and 
new privileges . . . Miss Jones in her new position 
as dean has acKised and led the students, com- 
bining successfully discipline and friendliness. 




FACULTY 



Sally Digges, A.B., M.A. 
Spanish, French 

Dr. E. F. Parker, Ph.D. 

German, Spanish 

Mrs. Russell Broughton, A.B., M.A. 
French, Mathematics 



Charles Albert Petigru Moore, A.B., M.A. 

Eno/tsh 



Sara Esther Jones. B.S., M.A. 

Enolish 



Nancy Delta McLaurin, A.B., M.A 
Enolish 



Martha Dabney Jones, A.B.. M.A. 

English 

CoNsuELO Van Orsdell, A.B., M.S. 
English, History 



The Rev. Mr. I. Harding Hughes, A.B., B.D. 
Bthle 



Elizabeth Bason, .-V.B., M.A. 

Home Economics 



Annie Ruth Lineberry, A.B., M..A. 
Mathematics 



Mary Oliver Ellington, B.S., M.S. 
Biology, Hygiene 



FACULTY 



Geraldine Spinks Gate, A.B., Mus.B., M.A. 
Voice 

Mrs. Theodore Partrick, Jr.. A.B. 
Bible, Latin 



Mabel Margaret Morrison, A.B., M.A,, Ph.D. 

Ladiu History, Psychology 

William Conrad Guess, A.B., M.A. 
History, Social Science 



Mrs. Harl.^n C. Brown, A.B., M.A. 

Librarian 

Florence Cathaline Davis, B.O. 
Expression, Dramatic Art 

Katherine Morris 
Art, Art History 

Mrs. Doris Lloyd Neelv 

Assistant Librarian 



Russell Broughton, Mus.B., Mus.M., F.A.G.O. 
Director Organ, Piano, Harmony, History oj Music 

Mrs. H. E. Atkinson 
I'lolin 

Ralph E. Osthoff, M.A. 

Piano 

Donald Peerv, Mus.B., M.A., 

Piano 





FACULTY 



Mrs. Margaret C. Pauszek, A.B. 
Commercial Subjects 

Mrs. William C. Guess, B.S. 
Dancing, Physical Education 



Anna D. Graham, B.S. 

Physical Education 



STAFF 



Mrs. Lola Brodie Navlor, R.N. 

Resident i\urse 



Mrs. Nannie H. Marriott 

Dietitian 

Mrs. Walter Simpson 

Switchboard Operator 

Mrs. Evie Callahan 
Housekeeper 

Mrs. Georgia Holleman 
Assistant Dietitian 



Mary Lewis Sasser 
Secretary 

Bessie Burkhead Brown 

Secretary oj the Bookstore and Postoffice 

Julia Jordan 
Secretary 



Frances \'ann 

Assistant Secretary 

Elizabeth Gordan Tucker 

Secretary to the PreMdrnI 

Not Photot^raphcd: Jane Bell, A.B., Alumnae 
Secretaiy: Mrs. Hiit^h McLcod, Hostess; Dr. 
Hubert Benbury Haywood, Jr., School Physician; 
Miss Mary Ruth Haig, B.S., Piano; John W. 
Morgan, A.B., M..\., Chemistry; Mrs. Leroy 
Smith. A.B., M..\., French, Sparush; Mrs. L. S. 
Winton, accompanist. 




OFFICERS 
Standing: Barbee, Fleenor, Lokcy. Seated: Burns. Panish. Flanders. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS 



PAGE PARRISH 

Charming, capable, efficient. Page is well equipped 
with all the qualities necessary for her position as Presi- 
dent of the Student Body. 



SARAH BARBEE 

"Tut," an amazing combination of mischievousness 
and seriousness, keeps her pencil busy with Hall Coun- 
cil records. 



LUCK FLANDERS 

Luck, with her gracious manner, has fulfilled the 
duties of her office by helping to make Saint Mary's 
"home" to all of us. 



ELIZABETH BURNS 

Lib has handled her many duties as secretary of 
the Student Government Association carefully and 
conscientiously. 



JUNE FLEENOR 

June capably combines hall regulations and school 
spirit, not only in council meeting, but in the constant 
demands of her office as Chairman of the Hall Council. 



BETTY LOKEY 

Betty's sincere interest, not only in day student 
affairs, but in all phases of school life, has done much 
toward bringing unity between day students and 
boarders. 



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THE HONOR COUNCIL 



The Honor C.'ouncil is a guiding body wliich cndeaxors lo correct all matters concerning a student's honor. 
Its protective qualities of fairness and secrecy ha\e made it one of the most respected bodies in school. 



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Composed of hall presidents and vice presidents, the Hall Council is the go\erning body of campus and dormi- 
tory life. It handles the making of rules carefully and conscientiously for the comfort of the students and the 
betterment of school life. 



THE HALL COUNCIL 




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LEGISLATIVE BODY 



With careful consideration, the Legislative Body passes or rejects each petition, measuring its merit by the 
value to the school and the changing needs of the students. Thus the students themselves regulate school life. 



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OFFICERS 

Sarah VValston 
President 

Nellie Truslow 
Vice President 

Frances Isbell 

Secretary 

Emily Rowland 
Treasurer 

Rose Potter 
Assembly Chairman 



.'^laiidtt:^: Islx-ll, Poitcr. Sealed: Truslow, Walston, Rowland. 



SENIOR CLASS 



The Seniors opened shop with gay spirits in spite of a grey rain . . . handed out free tips to new- 
girls on how to make Saint Mary's home . . . bought Senior privileges with expensive Senior work 
on the installment plan . . . went into the "rec" room business . . . learned to deal with tough cus- 
tomers by giving out campus slips . . . became leaders in the community by taking over responsi- 
bilities in goxcrnment . . . branched out into king-size Christmas card business for Senior dance 
decorations . . . gave singing commercial at dawn on December 19 . . . fought academic bankruptcy 
by cramming Moody and Lovett for exams . . . took vacation in March for inventory . . . enter- 
tained the community with prettiest May Day in history with Sande as center of attraction . . . 
were entertained by prospective buyers in May at a heavenly Junior-Senior dance . . . sold out to 
the Junior Class on June 7 with many tears and regrets, the class as a whole agreeing that this year 
had been a most profitable one. 



SENIORS 



Anne Lee Amonette 
Lynchburg", Virginia 

DKE booster, neatness, "that Ivory look," dignity 

Marshal 48; May Court 47, 48; Hall Council 48; Legislative Body 48; 
Woman's Auxiliary 48; Altar Guild 48; Mu. 



Sarah Catling Barbee 
Raleigh 

''Tut,'' Princeton, wit, Tarboro 

Secretary, Hall Council 48: Stage Coach 48; Woman's Auxiliary 45; 
Granddaughters Club 45, 46, 47, 48; Letter Club 47, 48; All-Star \'olley- 
ball, Captain, 47; All Star Softball, Captain 47; Honor Roll 46; Sigma. 



Lucv Plummer Brewer 
Oxford 

dependahilitr, amiability, chapel, sweetness 

President Altar Guild 48; Belles 46, 47, 48; Bulletin 46, 47, 48; Stage 
Coach 47, 48; Choir 48; Granddaughters Club 46, 47, 48; Political 
Science Club 47; Le Cercle Francais 46, 47; Woman's Auxiliary 46. 
47, 48; Christmas Pageant 47, 48; Senior Life Saving 47; Sigma. 




Musette Kitchin Brown 
Scotland Neck 

"Sigma — born," vitality, winning smile, sports 

President Sigma .'\thletic .Association 48; Athletic Council 48; Letter 
Club 47, 48; Hall Council 48; Granddaughters Club 47, President 48; 
All-Star Basketball 47; All-Star Softball 47; Y.W.C.A. 47, 48; Sigma. 




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SENIORS 



Anita Nease Buck 
Jacksonville Beach, Florida 

Gators, Jo, charm, .Miss Bason 

Hall Council 48: Y.W.C.A. 46. 47, 48: Altar Guild 48; Stage Coach 
business staff 48; Sigma. 



Jacqueline Matthew Burke 
Baltimore, Maryland 

U.JS'.C, Jeannie, sweetness^n consideration 

Hall Representative 48: Stage Coach 47, 48; Dramatic Club, Property 
and Costumes Committee 47, 48; Property Committee, May Day 48; 
May Day Pageant 48; Orchesis 48; Christmas Pageant, Property Com- 
mittee 48: Sigma. 




Ga. 



Elizabeth Holt Burns 
Fayetteville 

Tech., dependability, neatness, efficiency 



Secretary Student Government 48; Secretary to the Honor Council 48; 
Hall President 48; Hall Representive 47: Woman's Auxiliary 47, Council 
48; Altar Guild 48; Glee Club 47, 48: Orchesis 48; Chairman May Day 
Elections 48; Political Science Club 47; Granddaughters Club 47, 48; 
Christmas Pageant 48: Mu. 




Barbara Nell Crawford 
Raleigh 

scientific ambitions, black curls, Woljpack enthusiast, slimness 

Honor Council 48; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



Jo Anne Darden 
Franklin, Virginia 

"Gnome " PIhA, petite, "figger^ 

Dance Marshal 47; Hall Council 48; Altar Guild 48; Choir 46, 47; 
Y.W.C.A. 46, 47; Glee Club 46, 47; Dramatic Club 46, 47, Sec. 47; 
Orchesis 47, 48; Granddaughters Club 47, 48; Letter Club 47, 48; 
All Star swimming 47; Softball 47; Orchesis 48; Mu. 




Mary Frances Dillon 
Raleigh 

"Prissy," after-dance parties, creamy convertible, Sigma jVu 

Stage Coach Business Staff 47, 48; Granddaughters Club 47, 48; Christ- 
rnas Pageant 48; Sigma. 



Jeannette Gillie Dougherty 
Coronado, California 

pageboy perfection, U. of Mew Mexico, peaches 'ti cream 

Legislative Body 48: Bulletin 47; Stage Coach 47; Doctors Daughters 
Club 44, 47, 48; May Day Pageant 48; Orchesis 48; Christmas Page- 
ant, Property Committee 48; Mu. 



Lucinda Edwards 
Washington 

"Dook," phone booth, Tado, crip shots 

Doctors' Daughters 47, Secretary-Treasurer 48; Letter Club 47, 48; 
All-Star Hockxy 48; All-Star Basketball 47, Captain 48; V.VV.C.A. 
47, 48; Mu. 




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SEN lORS 



Helen Peoples Eppes 
Henderson 

Jnendtmess, pictures, O. Davidson, dependability 

Editor Stage Coach 48; President Sophomore Class 46; Treasurer 
Junior Class 47; Circle 47, Secretary 48; ^VoInan's Auxiliary 46, \'ice 
President 47, President 48; Sigma Pi Alpha 47, Vice President 48: Hall 
Council 48; Legislative Body 46; Belles staff 46. 47; Stage Coach staff 

46, 47; Acolyte 48; Le Cercle Francais 47; Granddaughters Club 46, 

47, 48; Manager Bowling Team 46; May Day Pageant 47; Christmas 
Pageant 48; Honor Roll 47; Mu. 




Armecia Lee Eure 
Raleigh 

J'itality. Kappa Sig sponsor, rapid Jire chatter, Mr. Moore 

Business Manager Stage Coach 48; May Court 47, 48; Mu Chief Cheer- 
leader 48; Dramatic Club 47; Granddaughters Club 47, 48; Adver- 
tising Staff Stage Coach 47; Photography Staff Stage Coach 48; Belles 
Staff 47; Honor Council 47; Orchesis 48; Pageant Committee May 
Day 48: Chairman Refreshment Committee Senior Dance 48; Hockey 
Team Substitute 48; Mu. 




Betsy Ann Evans 
Enfield 

model material. Chapel College and chapel lines. "Well rilly.'" 

Chief Marshal 48; May Court 47, 48; Hall Council 48; Belles 45; Stage 
Coach 48; YAV.C.A. 47, 48; Dramatic Club 45, 46, 47, 48; Glee Club 
46, 47; Posture Queen 47; Orchesis 48; Mu, 



Luck Coleman Flanders 
Swainsboro, Georgia 

all smiles, Lady Luck, charms, K. A. 



\"ice President Student Government Association 48; President 
Class 47: Circle 47, 48: Legislati\-c Body, Student Chairman 
Honor Council 46, 48; Hall Council 48; Belles Staff 46, 47, 48 
Coach 46, 47, 48; Bulletin 48; Y.W.C.A. 46, 47, Council 48; D 
Club 46, 47, 48; Crueller 48; Letter Club 48; Swimming Club 48 
Life Sa\-ing 47; All-Star Swimming 48; "The Taming of the 
46; Sigma. 



Junior 

47. 48; 
Stage 
ramatic 
; Senior 
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SENIORS 



Nei.le Lejeune Fi.eenor 
Charlotte 

giggles, Madam Chairman, Mack, china ilotl 

Chairman Hall Council 48; Legislative Body 48; Altar Guild 48: Circle 
48; Choir 47, 48; Sigma. 



Barbara \'ictor Goode 
Lynchburg, Mrginia 

Laughing eyes. Fleecy, scurrying steps, Lvnchhurg lingo 

Hall Council 48; Woman's Auxiliary 48: Altar Guild 48; Mu. 




Jane Williams Cower 
Greenville, South Carolina 

SAE, news print, ability, Willingham 

Editor Belles 48, Staff 47; Circle 48; Hall C:ouncil 48; Hall Representative 
47; Y.W.C.A. 48; Woman's Auxiliary 47; Altar Guild 48: Letter Club 
48; Life Saving 47; All-Star \'olleybalI 47; All-Star Hockey 48; Swim- 
ming Club 48; Christmas Pageant 48; Sigma. 




N.-\NCY Lee Hannah 
Green\ille 

charm, nltar-hnund, nightingale voice, .\avy 

Marshal 48; Treasurer Circle 48; Dance Marshal 47; Glee Club 45, 46. 
President 47; Y.W.C.A. 46, 47, Council 48; Hall Council 48; Stage 
Coach 46; Belles 47; Bulletin 48; Le Orcle Francais 46, 47; Sextette 
47; Dramatic Club 48; Orchesis 48; C^hoir 47; Christmas Pageant 48; 
Sigma. 




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SENIORS 



Kathryn Havnaer 
Charlotte 

Killr, angora sweaters, '"Flee," cleverness 

C^o-Chairman Hall Council 48; Hall Council 47; Choir 47, 48; Sigma. 




Margaret Gene Hines 
Greenwood, South Carolina 

Pepsodent smile, goldilocks, popularity, S. C. dancing 

Chief Dance Marshal 48, Dance Marshal 46, 47; \'ice President Sopho- 
more Class 46; Hall Council 48: Belles 47: Stage Coach 48; Grand- 
daughters Club 47. 48: May Court 47, 48; Y.W.C.A. 48; Sigma Pi 
Alpha 48; Letter Club 47, 48; Swimming CHub 47: Softball 46; Tennis 
46, 47, 48; Dance Committee, Senior Dance 48; Honor Roll 46, 47; Mu. 




Nancy York Holland 
Franklin, Mrginia 

personality, med students, Vil parties, U. Va. 

Marshal 48; Dance Marshal 47; Circle 48; Hall C^ouncil 48; Publi- 
cations Staff 47, 48: VAN'.C.A. 48; ^Voman"s Auxiliary 48; Dramatics 
Club 47, 48; Glee Club 47; Literary Society 48; Senior Pageant 48; 
Hockey All-Star 48; Cheerleader 47; Mu. 




Josephine Copela.nd Hovt 
Washington 

Alorehead, rahhit, del), .Inita 

Hall Council 48; Belles Staff 47, 48; Stage Coach Business Staff 48; 
Woman's Auxiliary 46, 47, 48; \'ice President, Altar Guild 48; Grand- 
daughters Club 46, 47, 48; Mu. 



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SENIORS 



Sarah Margaret Hudson 
Winston-Salem 

argyles, Carolina Beach. Eiwin, coiilanioiis lai/n/i 

Y.W.C.A. 46. 47; Political Science Club 46; Sigma Pi Alpha 48; Sigma 
Cheer Leader 46, 47; Sigma. 



Frances Ryan Isbell 
Greenville, South Carolina 

sociability, dancing. Harmony, Pawteys 

Secretary Senior Class 48; May Court 48; Orchesis 48; Mu. 




Convere Myers Jones 
Charlotte 

"Bones.'^ realistic imitations, sunshine ray, JVrightsiille Beach 

Hall Council 48: Dance Marshal 48; Y.W.C.A. 47, 48; Orchesis 47, 
48; Christmas Pageant 48; May Day Elections Committee 48; Mu. 



Helen Arestedes Kalenas 
Rockingham 

clothes, blushes, figure, .Myrtle Beach 

^■.W.C..A. 48; Woman's Auxiliary 46. 48: C:hoir 48; Altar Guild 48; 
Dramatic C:lub 46. 47, 48: "Taming of the Shrew" 46; Mu. 




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SEN lORS 



Elizabeth Lee Lokey 
Raleigh 

beauty, Tex, pres, Kalhenne Cornell 

President, Day Students 48; Legislati\e Body 48; Belles staff 48; Stage 
Coach staff 47; May Court 48; Glee Club 48; Ping Pong 48; Christmas 
Pageant 48; Sigma. 



Frances Long 
Yanceyville 

request songs, SPE sweetheart, eyes. Wake Forest 

Circulation staff, Belles 46; V.W.C.A. 46, 47, 48; Mu. 



Ann Purcei.i. Lucas 
New York, New York 

art work, style, the city, ''likahiltv" 

Editor, Bulletin, first semester, 48; Stage Coach staff 46, 47, 48; Bulletin 
staff 46, 47; Altar Guild 46; Glee Clulj 46, 47; Art Certificate; Mu. 




Barbara Ems Marley 
Raleigh 

nightingale, charm, sparkle, friendliness 

Hall Council 48; Advertising staff. Stage Coach 48; Glee Club 47; 
Christmas Pageant 48; \'oice Certificate; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



Margaret Gushing Misexheimer 
Concord 

happa Sigs, Irirn 'ii slim, "The Prophet,'' wardrohe 

Marshal 48; Treasurer Freshman Class 45; Hall Council 48: Stage 
Coach staff 48; Woman's Auxilary 45, 46, 47, 48; Doctors Daughters 
Club 45, 46, 47, \'ice President 48; Bowling All Star 48; Sigma. 




Evelyn B^rd Nelson 
Charleston, West \'irginia 

"Zsio," naivilv, sunny disposilion, goldfish 

Hall Council 48: Belles 47; Stage Coach 47; V.W.C.A. 47, 48: Swimming 
Club 47, 48; Altar Guild 48; Christmas Pageant 48; Mu. 



Eleanor Hope Newell 
Orlando, Florida 

chatter, giio. Delta Sig, Martha 

Belles, Managing editor 48. staff 47: Stage Coach 47; Bulletin 47, 48; 
Literary Society 48; Delegate NC^CPA convention 47; X'olleyball, first 
team 47, All Star 47; Basketball manager 48; Woman's Auxiliary 48; 
Granddaughters Clulj, 



Martha Roberts Palmer 
Raleigh 

.Mrs., intellect, A. }. Times, Ray 

^Voman's Auxilary 47, 48; Granddaughters Club 47, 48; Mu. 




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SENIORS 



ELrNORE Page Parrish 
Richmond, \"irginia 

I'irginia charm, Princeton, Chrislmas deh, efficiency 

President Student Government Association 48; Legislative Body 48; 
Honor Council 48: Circle 47, 48; Hall Council 48; Secretary Jtmior 
Class 47; Granddaughters Club 47, 48; Woman's Auxiliary 47, 48; 
C:hristmas Pageant 48; Sigma. 




Mary Elizabeth Peirson 
Enfield 

knitting, "//>/))"", deep Ian, J'irginia Beach 

Hall Council 45; Woman's Auxiliary 48; Granddaughters Club 44, 45, 
47, 48; Dramatic Club 44, 45, 47; Acolyte 48; Swimming Club 44, 45, 
47, 48; All star swimming 45: "Junior Miss'' 44; "A Midsummer's 
Night's Dream" 44; "Pride and Prejudice" 45; "As you Like It" 45; 
Christmas Pageant 48; Sigma. 




Mary Newsom Pierce 
Greensboro 

jodphers, tiny feel, skelchcs, cot/uette 

Belles, Bulletin, Stage Coach 48; Woman's Auxiliary, 45, 46, 47, 48; 
Acolyte 48; Granddaughters Club 45, 46, 47, 48; Sigma; Intercollegiate 
Riding 47. 




Julia Anne Perry 
Raleigh 

talent, curly locks, flying fingers, kindness 

Piano Certificate; Mu. 



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SENIORS 



Rose Murray Potter 
Winston-Salem 

"Assembly Dismissed," hilarilv, carrot top, unpredictable 

Assembly Chairman 48; Hall Council 48; Woman's Auxiliary 47, 48; 
Softball All-Star 47; Hockey team 48; Mu. 



Mary Lou Pratt 
Sumter, South Carolina 

"Hey — ah," sally blue jeans, versatility, ten stars 

President Mu Athletic Association 48; Circle 48; Hall Council 48; Dance 
Marshal 47; Belles Staff 46; Stage Coach 48: Woman's Auxiliary 48; 
Athletic Council 47, 48; Letter Club 46, 48, President 47; Swimming 
Club 46, 47, 48; Hockey Team 46, 47, 48; Basketball 46, 47; \'olleyball 
Team 46; Softball Team 46; Swimming Team 46, 47, 48; Swimming 
•award 47; Sigma Pi Alpha 48: Dance Committee, Senior Dance 48: Mu. 



Jerry Ann Quinn 
Burlington 

springy curls, innocence, New Look, Wake Forest 

Belles Circulation Staff 48; Stage Coach 48; Y.W.C.A. 48: Dramatic 
Club 46; Orchesis 47, 48; May Day Pageant 47, 48; Mu. 




Emily Corbett Rowland 
Sumter, South Carolina 

Southern Drawl, ringlets. The Citadel, beautiful eyes 

Treasurer Senior Class 48; Hall Council 48; Altar Guild 48; Mu. 




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SENIORS 



CORNEILLE RVLANDER 

Americus, Georgia 

"Gaujuh" drawl. Kittenish, Sadie, fluttering eyelashes 

Dance Marshal 48; Circle 48; Hall Council 48: Woman's Auxiliary 47, 
48; Sigma Pi Alpha 48; Sigma. 



\'iRGiNiA Custer Smith 
Rosemont, Pennsylvania 

Xavy, sportsmanship, all-star, accent 

Circle 48; Letter Club 45, 47, President 46, 48; Honor Council 47; 
Belles Staff 45, 46, News Editor 47, 48, Circulation Staff 44, 45, 46; 
Bulletin Staff 48; Circulation Staff 47, 48; Stage Coach Staff 47, 48; 
Business Staff 45, 46; Dramatic Club 44, 46, 47, Vice President 45, 
Secretary 48: Le Cercle Francais 47; Political Science Club 47; Y.VV.C.A. 
48: Woman's Auxiliary 46, 47; Athletic Council 45, 48; Senior Life 
Saving 45: Hockey All-Star 45, 46, 47, 48; Swimming All-Star 45; 
\'olleyball Team 44, 45, All-Star 47; Bowling Team 45; Mu. 



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LiLA Saunders Spilman 
States\ille 

lonks'n brains, Qiieen, Beta booster. Blowing Rock 

President Freshman Class 44; Marshal 48; May Queen 48, Court 47; 
Hall Council 48; Legislative Body 47; Belles 48; Stage Coach 48; 
\Voman"s Auxiliary 44, 45, 46, 47, 48; Altar Guild 45, 46, 47, 48; Grand- 
daughters Club 44, 45, 46, 48, President 47; Dramatic Club 44, 45, 
46, 47, 48; Sigma Pi Alpha 48; "Junior Miss" 45: Dance Committee, 
Freshman-Sophomore 44, Junior-Senior 47; Home Economics Certifi- 
cate; Art Certificate; Christmas Pageant 48; Mu. 




Barbara Stoughton 
Raleigh 

Helpfulness, art dabbles, grin, V.E.S. 

Art Certificate; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



Emily Sue Stowers 
Bluefield, West Virginia 

Phi Delta Theta, blondie, naps, swimming fan 

Belles Circulation Staff 48; Y.VV.C.A, 48; Altar Guild 48; Choir 48; 
Glee Club 46: Mu. 




Peggv Jane Swinson 
Wilson 

Warren, subtle wit, Christmas cards, Ga. Tech. 

Editor Bulletin 2nd Semester 48, Staff 47; Belles 48; Stage Coach 47, 
48; Sigma Lamba Literary Society 48; Art Club 46: Y.W.C.A. 46, 48; 
Orchesis 48; Dance Committee Junior-Senior 47; Senior Dance 48: 
Art Certificate 47; Mu. 




Nellie Collins Truslow 
Chestertown, Maryland 

converted Yankee, radiant smile, confusion, sportsmanship 

Dance Marshal 48; \'ice President Senior CUass 48; Nice President 
Junior Class 47; Hall Council 48; \'ice President Mu Athletic Society 
48; May Court 48; Stage Coach 48; Altar Guild 48; Choir 47, 48; 
Dramatic 47, 48; Glee Club 47, 48; Granddaughters Club 47, 48; Letter 
Club 47, 48; Athletic Council 48; All-Star Hockey 48; All-Star \'olley- 
ball 47; Volleyball Award 47; Senior Life Saving 47; "Dear Ruth" 48; 
"Twelfth Night" 47: "Much Ado About Nothing" 48: Christmas Page- 
ant 48; Mu. 



Logan Collier \'aught 
Winston-Salem 

unique walk, So-00-0 busy, varied talents, style 

Editor .Student Handbook 47; Circle 48; Granddaughters Club 45, 46, 
47, Vice President 48; Sigma Pi Alpha 47, President 48; Literary .Society 
46, 47, President 48; Dramatic Club 46: \'ice President 47, President 
48; Belles 46, 47, Feature Editor 48; Bulletin Staff 45, 46, 47, 48; Stage 
Coach 46, 47, 48; \'ice President Sigma ."Xthletic .4s.sociation 48; Letter 
Club 47, 48: Athletic Council 48: .Swimming C'lub 45, 46, 47, 48; .Senior 
Life Saving 47, 48; Hockey Team 48; \'olleyball Team 47; "Twelfth 
Night" 47; "The Taming of the Shrew" 46; "Dear Ruth" 48; "Much 
Ado About Nothing" 48; Co-Chairman Decoration Committee, Junior- 
Senior Dance 47; Christmas Pageant 48; Sigma. 




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SENIORS 



Sara Frances Waddell 
South Boston, Mrginia 

bubbling, "Golden-glint," laughing eyes, Weedikins 

Belles Circulation Staff 48; Altar Guild 48; Woman's Auxiliary 45, 46, 
47, 48; Sigma Pi Alpha 48; Dramatic Club 48: Mu. 




Sarah Jean Walston 
Wilson 

bea-u-ti-ful Wilson, sincerity. Madonna, ^eta picnics 

President Senior Class 48; Circle 48; Honor Council 47; Hall Council 
48; Y.W'.C.A. 47; Legislati\e Body 48; Christmas Pageant 48; Mu. 



RoxiE Ann Walters 
Fuquay Springs 

conscientiousness, brown eves, pleasing personality 

Le Cercle Francais 47; Mu. 




Frances Preston \'enable Wesco.-vt 
Moorestown, New Jersey 

Carolina-bound, capability, photographic mind, .\h Joi-see 

Sigma Pi Alpha 48; Hall Representative 47; Doctors Daughters Club 
47, 48; Dramatic Club 47, 48; "Little Women" 47; "Twelfth Night" 
47; "Dear Ruth" 48; Christmas Pageant 48; "Much Ado About Noth- 
ing" 48; Woman's Auxiliary 47; Acolyte 48; Swimming Club 47, 48; 
Belles Exchange Editor 48: Stage Coach 48; Mu. 



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SENIORS 



Jacqueline White 
Greensboro 

hangs. ^' I cannot!" . "Jack," t'..\.C. 

Belles 46, 47, 48; \Voinaii"s Auxiliary 46, 47, 48; C^hoir 46. 47, 48: Le 
Cercle Francais 46, 47; Glee Club 47, 48; Political Science Club 47; 
Christmas Pageant 47, 48; Hockey Team 47; Mu. 



Nancy Williamson 
Bluefield, \Vest X'irginia 

.\av)\ sliidioiisness, good disposition, music 

Hall Council 48; Sigma Pi Alpha 48; C'hoir 47, 48; Glee Clut.i 47: Sisjma. 



Lenoir Mercer Williams 
Faison 

southern belle, composure, Annapolis, consideration 

Circle 48; Y.W.C.A. 46, 47, President 48; Belles Circulation Staff 47, 
48; Stage Coach Staff 48, Business Staff 47; Altar Guild 48; Crucifer 
48; Dramatic Club 48, Business Manager 47: Sigma Pi Alpha 47, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 48; Granddaughters C'lub 46, 47, 48; "Twelfth Night" 
47: Badminton Manager 48; Christmas Pageant 48: Honor Roll 46; 
Sigina. 



Anne Claiborne Willingham 
Marietta, Georgia 

sparkle, "Caicjuh peach," torch, petiteness 

Circle 47, President 48: Honor Council 48; Hall Council 48; Woman's 
Auxiliary 47, Council 48; Altar Guild 48; Letter Guild 48; Letter Club 
48; All-Star Hockey 48; Life Sa\ing 47; Mu CHicerleader 47: Swim- 
ming Club 48; Christmas Pageant 48; Mu. 



Edith Winslow 
Raleigh 

intellect, sincerity, library bound, niceness 

Hall Council 48; Belles Staff 47; Bulletin Staff 48; Stage Coach Busi- 
ness Staff 47; Sigma Pi Alpha 47, National Secretary 48; Le Cercle 
Francais 47; Niles Medal 47; Mu. 






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SENIORS EVERYWHERE 




'And the livinii's easy" ... do you rcmcmbt-r? . . . "Kingisizc Poppa" . . . the castsidc kids . . . I'm luokmi; <>\i 
. . . This could happen to you . . . how eager can a gal get? . . . stairway to the stars . . . look homeward, angel 
club . . . just because my hair is curly . . , full house . . . mclan-cu-ly. . . . 



. . iiisrp.iiables . . . c(H'(i 
the jusi-above-tlie-knees 



SENIOR DANCE 




DECEMBER 13-THE day . . . We thought it would never come . . . we well remembered the many days spent in Holt attic and the gyrn 
preparing decorations . . . Peggy's and Logan's patience and amazing talent . . . the king-size Christmas cards . . . one for each of us . . . 
the excitement of last minute touches to our hairdos, and flowers arriving . . . and then the MEN came . . . the dance was perfect . . . Sadie 
looked lovely as she led the figure . . . Roy Clole ne\er played so well . . . and suddenly, it was o\er ... a heavenly dance! 



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JUNIOR CLASS 




Evans. Dranc, Rixcy, Madr 



OFFICERS 

Frances Drane 
President 

Katy Evans 

Vice President 

Betty Madre 
Secretary 

Ellen Rlxey 
Treasurer 



College life, filled with new and 
exciting experiences, liegan with 
greetings at the Old Girl-New Girl 
party in the fall and ended in the 
spring with tearful goodbyes and 
promises to return next year and 
share the wonderful joy of GRADU- 
ATION ! None will forget the Hal- 
loween party which turned out to 
be a "howling" success or the 
heavenly dance in the spring, given 
of the Juniors, by the Juniors, for 
the . . . Seniors ! 




Edith Fawcett Allison, States\ille; Patricia Ashley Ambrose, Hickory: Margaret Elizabeth Betty 
Anderson, Cheraw, South Carolina; Alwilda Blanche Andrews, Charlotte; Joanne Lester Bailey, Cul- 
pepcr, X'irginia; Nancy Bowen Bocart, Greensboro. 



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CLASS 1948 



First row, left lo right: Anne Bradley, 
Marietta, Georgia; Beverl\' Bra\', Vienna, 
West Virginia; Florence Elizabeth Brown, 
Indianapolis, Indiana; Jeanne Elston 
Brown, Marietta, Georgia; Martha Jean 
Brvce, Ronceverte, \Vest \'irginia. 



Third row: Isabel Blount Carter, Wash- 
ington; Mary Hamilton Caskie, Wash- 
ington, X'irginia; Frances Emory Hill 
Glark, Ashe\illc; Rosa Nelle C:lark, 
Wilson; N'irginia LeGrand Cobb, Durham. 



Second row: Ann Hatch Bi'RNETTE, Mount 
Olive; Marguerite Steele Burton, Raleigh; 
Alice Elizabeth B-irnes, Charlotte; Cath- 
erine Kent Campbell, Lynchlnirg, X'irginia; 
Elizabeth CJarter, Pinehurst. 



Fourth row: PmLLis Costner, Lincolnton; 
Mary BR^■AN Cummings, Kinston; Card 
McNeill Davis, Dunn; Betty Glass Deb- 
NAM, Raleigh; Frances Wood Drane, Monroe. 




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JUNIOR 




Firsl row, left In right: Mar\' Inglesbv 
DuBosE, Columbia, South Carolina; Nancy 
Lee Duckett, Raleigh: Margaret Ann 
Duncan. Roanoke. \'irf;inia; Lema Banks 
Du Pre, Rome, Georgia; Mary Catherine 
E.NGLISH, Ashe\ille; 



Third row: Anne Dewe^' Heartt, Raleigh; 
Margery Jean Hoggard, Florence, South 
Carolina; Charlotte Anne Homes, Bowl- 
ing Green, \'irginia; J.\ne C.-kUTHORN Hope, 
Newport News, \'irginia; Mildred Joanne 
Howell, Waycross, Georgia. 



Second row: Elizabeth Buchan.an Erdman, 
Fort Bragg; K.aty Annetta Ev.-vns, Mur- 
freesboro; Elizabeth Martln Foreman, 
Elizabeth Ciity: Elizabeth Ellis Guion, 
New Bern; Betsy Reade Harris; Roxboro. 



Fourth row: Jean C^raft Jenkins, Hartwell, 
Georgia; Susan Elizabeth Jenkins, Golds- 
boro; Laura Ann Johnson, Spartanburg, 
South Carolina; Mary Jane Johnson, 
Raleigh; Betsy Willis Jones, Farmville. 



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CLASS 1 948 



First row, left to right: Mar\- Minor Jordan, 
Virginia Beach, \"irginia; Susan S. Jovner, 
Wilson; Ladre Barrington King, Rome, 
Georgia; Elizabeth Ann Kornegav, Golds- 
boro; Betty Knight Langley, Lynchburg, 
Virginia. 



Tliird row: Barbara C^rittenden Miller, 
Greensboro: Margaret Frances Minter, 
Durham: Ann Kidder Mcjore. Wihning- 
ton; Margaret Judd Morris, Gharlotte; 
Ruth Kyle Morrissett, Lynchburg, \'ir- 
ginia. 



Second roiv: Susan Connelly Lanier, Fred- 
ericlcsburg, Virginia; Ada Lizette Lewis, 
Balfour; Rosa Parsons Little, Wadesboro; 
Elizabeth Miller Mardre, \Vindsor; Cor- 
delia Ruffin Michie, Norfolk. \'irginia. 



Fourth row: Jacquelyn Ann Murray, Roa- 
noke Rapids; Anne McMullan, Edenton; 
Mary McNaughton, Copperhill, Tennessee; 
Constance Newton, New Bern; Mar|ory 
Gordon Oake-i', Hertford. 




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JUNIOR 




First row, left to right: \'irginia Corinne 
Page, Raleigh: Jo Ann Pinner, Elizabeth 
City; \'ioLA Meredith Plant, Macon, 
Georgia; Martha Barbara Pope, Dunn; 
Edith Redwood, Ashe\ille. 



Third row: Harriot Hamilton Ruther- 
foord, Roanoke, Virginia; Ruth Clark 
Saunders, Lumberton: Jeannine Rosalvn 
Senseney, Florence, South Carolina; Betsy 
Coke Shepard, Edenton; Ruth ^VILKINS 
SiKES, Monroe; 



Second row: Joyce Frances Richert, 
Raleigh; Leah Lixad Ric;sbee, Goldsboro; 
Ellen Barbour RIXE^•, Norfolk, \'irginia; 
Helen Cornelia Roberson, Durham; Flor- 
ence Talbot Ruffin, Richmond, Virginia; 



Fourth row: Mary Louise Slagle, Gaines- 
ville, Florida; Martha Fairfaix Smith, 
Dallas, Texas; Mary Carolyn Smith, New 
Bern; Nancy Brett Spoolman, Windsor; 
Mary Giles Stewart, Fayetteville. 



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CLASS 1948 



First row, left to rig/it: Joan Moore Stieber, 
Pelham Manor, New 'I'ork; Margaret 
Wood Storv, Raleigh; Marv Micou Suratt 
Glen Rock, New Jersey; Anne Taliaferro, 
Farmville, \'irginia; Dorothy Glenn 
Teague, \Vinston-Salem. 



Tliiril row: Marion Nolan Turner, Greens- 
boro; Mary Jospehine AVagner, Bluefield, 
West \'irginia; Martha Ann Wallage, 
Chase City, \irginia; Mary-Flagg Ward, 
Raleigh; Carolyn Louise Watson, Greens- 
boro. 



Second row: .Sarah Miller Thomas, Au- 
gusta, Georgia; Mary Ann Tilghm.-^n, 
Weldon; Anne Langdon Townsend, Mar- 
shall, \'irginia; Anne Lovejoy Trivei.y, 
Clemson, .South C^arolina; Eleancjr Blagk- 
well Tugker, Raleigh; 



Fourth row: Ann Eggleston Whitener 
Hickory; Margaret Banks Williams, San- 
ford; Helen Goffigon Wills, Lynchiiurg, 
\'irginia; Bett\' Paw Winfree, Lynchburg, 
\'irginia; Betty Anne Vowell, Raleigh; 
Martha Sgales Zacharw C'.harlotte. 




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BUSINESS 



OFFICERS 

Daisy Dixon 
President 

Van Avdlett 
Vice President 

Margaret Rawlings 
Secretary 

Frances Fowkles 
Treasurer 



Aydlctt, Fowlkcs, Dixon. Ra\vlina:s 

"Take a letter, please!" This is the dream of e\cry ambitious business student. The one-year 
course is a popular one at Saint Mary's and requires a maximum of ability, as well as patience and 
perse\erance. These career women will soon be on their own to make a place in the world of 
tomorrow. 

COMMERCI.^L CERTIFIC..\TE.S 





Evangeline Aydlett, Elizabeth City; Daisy Earnhardt Dixon, Wilson; Frances Louise Fowlkes, 
Raleigh; Adelaide Boylston Lineman, Raleigh; Margaret Hughes Powers. Raleigh; Margaret 
NowELL Rawlings. Wilson; Rose Marie Ta\-lor. Woodland; C:atherine Margaret Tho.mas, Wilson; 
Molly Ann Williams, Rocky Mount. 



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CLASS 1 948 





CERTIFICATES IN STENOGRAPHY 

Doris Fa\' Ashbv 
Raleigh 

Barbara Seiss Buc 

Jacksonville Beach, Florida 

Grace Bobette Chapman 
Portsmouth, \'irfi;inia 



Cj.otii,de Edmee Crow 
Raleigh 

Susan Grandy Davis 
\\ ilson 

Sarah Helene Kirkpatrick 
Greenville 



Mary Anne Montfort 
Manchester, Georgia 

Christine Grevan Price 

Marion Station, Maryland 

Barbara Ann Parish 
Raleigh 



Barbara Gray Ramsay 
Washington 

Sarah Ann Rasberry 
Durham 

J\'ol Photographed: 

Sally Lockhart Bizzei l, Raleigh 



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Toy, Hamcl, Fulton, Bowles 



SOPHOMORE 



OFFICERS 

Nancy Hamel 
President 

AuRELiA Fulton 
Vice President 

Betty Bowles 
Secretary 

Beth Toy 
Treasurer 



Sophomores in name, but seniors in spirit . . . Romeo and Juliet . . . weekly themes . . . the 
Freshman-Sophomore in April . . . double-dating with each other at last . . . class day exercises 
. . . step singing . . . and lastly. Graduation, complete with white robes. 



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CLASS 1948 

First row, left to right: Anne Carson Adkerson, Lynchburg, \'iiginia; Anne Caldwell Baker, 
Lumberton; Lucille Kelly Best, Clinton; Cecile Meetze Bickett. Raleigh: Mary Blair Bowers. 
Jackson; Mary Elizabeth Bowles, Statcsville. 

Second row: Katherine Kelia' Bo\'ETTE, Carthage; Elizabeth Hood Brown. Burlington; Helen 
Canon Brundage, Tryon; Caroline Comptdn C^amp, Franklin, \'irginia; Mary Painter Cease, 
Edenton; Eliza Knox Chipley, Raleigh. 

Third row: Ruth Duvall Clark, Tarboro; Jane Gwen Clendenin, Raleigh; Josephine Brow.n 
Cooper, Memphis, Tennessee; Dorothy S. Corpening, Horse Shoe; Sarah Lou Davis, Morganton; 
Suzanne VVooten Dawson, Cramerton. 

Fourth row: Shirle-i- Ann Fox, Raleigh; Aurelia Hope Fulton, Walnut Cove; Josephine Wood 
Gaither, Charlotte; .Anna Louise Garrison, Swainsboro, Georgia; Mary Eugenia G.^rrison, 
Raleigh; Dianne Cantrell Guess, Fort Myers, Florida. 

Fijth row: Nancy Ann Hamel, Greensboro; Tiny Minerva Hobart, Pampa, Texas; Georg.'^nna 
Hundley, Thomasville; Grace Pettit Jones, Henderson; Rachel Gordon Kearney, Franklinton; 
Mary Louisa Kimball, Henderson. 




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SOPHOMORE CLASS 1 948 




First rnw. Iff I to right: \'iRGiNiA MosBV Leland, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Betty Brown Lewis, Chailes- 
ton. West Virginia; Vivian Elizabeth McAllister. Roper; Ann Marie McKenzie, Raleigh ; S-ilvia 
Lee Newson, Charlotte; Grace Graeme Norsworthv, \\'ayncsboro, Mississippi. 

Second rnw: Rachel Parker P.ace, Raleigh; C^ecelia Jane Presslv. Greensboro; Sara Anne Proc- 
tor, Marion; Mary Marshall Ragland, Raleigh; Mary Louise Roberts, Durham; Edmonia 
Preston Rowland, Sumter. South Garolina, 

Third row: Berta Allen Russ, Raleigh; Mary Scarboro, Wadesboro; Barbara Mary Schumacher, 
Robijins; \'ivian Crenshaw .Scott, Fannville; Lila Jane Sewall, Fort Bragg; June Henderson 
Shefelmax, Seattle, \Vashington. 

Fourth row: M.arjorie Lynn .Sheridan. Spartanburg, .South Carolina; Barb.ara Sibley, Raleigh; 
.'\lice Rebecca Smith, Raleigh; Anne Badger Smith, Raleigh; Joan Trotter Stanford, Greens- 
boro; Elizabeth To^■. New Brunswick, New Jersey. 

Fifth row: Martha Emerson L'pchurch, Raleigh; Carcjline Von Adelung, Berkeley. C.alifornia; 
Mar"!' Jo W'hisenant, Maiden; Margaret Elizabeth Wilkins, Durham; Barbara Kathryn 
VVooTEN, Gastonia; Beth Duvall Varborough, Florence, South Carolina. 



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FRESHMEN 



OFFICERS 

Martha McGuirk 
President 

EvEiAN Oettinger 
]'ice President 

Cynthia Perkins 
Secret art 

Lyn Jennings 
Treasurer 



Always looking fonvard to the 
years when they will be "upper- 
classmen," members of the Fresh- 
man Class have struggled triumpli- 
antly through much homesickness 
and many mistakes, and are ready 
for next year, having pro\'ed that 
they ha\'e what it takes to be real 
Saint Mary's girls. 



Jennings, Perkins, McGuirk, Oettinger 




First row, left lo right: 

Margaret C^happell Almand, Rocky Mount 

Helen Jones Beard, Hillsboro 

Betty Wrenn Bevan, Norfolk, \'irginia 

Nancy Lou Bobbitt, Raleigh 

Elizabeth Taylor Cheek, Wilson 

Stella Stickney Cobbs, Anniston, Alabama 



Second row: 

Patrici.a Cohoon, Coluinbia 

Katherine Mayo Creighton, Raleigh 

Susannah Dell, Hickory 

Isabel Douglas, Columbia, South C'arolina 

Janice Edgar, Ashtabula, Ohio 

Patrici.a Ann George, Chapel Hill 



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CLASS 1948 




First row, left lo right: 

Jean Barton Grover. Raleigh 

Anne Phipps Holt, Raleigh 

Nanci' Jerome Holt, Erwin 

Lyn Jennlngs, Ponte \'edra, Florida 

Cornells Ann Latham, Belhaven 

Alice C'ommer Lide. Florence, South Carolina 

Third row: 

Jean Allan Price, Charlotte 
Mary Ann Robinson, Asheville 
Mary Ann Rose, Henderson 
Margaret Winborne Sears, Raleigh 
Julia Steed, Richlands 
Alice Green Sylvester, Richlands 



Second row: 

Carolyn C. Mahon, Green\ille, S. C. 

Rebecca Ann Moose, Boone 

Martha Taylor McGuirk, Morganton 

Kay Way Nicolson, Rockingham 

Evelyn Allison Oettinger, Kinston 

Cynthia Perkins, Florence, South Carolina 

Fourth row: 

Joan Hamilton Tate, Orlando. Florida 

Amelia Carter Townsend, Aiken, S. C. 

Betty Denne Trentman, Raleigh 

Pauline Burden Underwood, Southern Pines 

Elizabeth Bowne Wall, High Point 

Charlotte Eloise ^VAI.I.IN, Hot Springs, \'a. 



Fijth row: 

Jean Marie West, Raleigh 

Emma Lou White, Oxford 

Betty Ann Williamson, Cerro Gordo 

Mary Alice Williamson, Cerro Gordo 

Martha Belle Woolery, Raleigh 

Nancy Ann Wright, P.aleigh 



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CERTIFICATE STUDENTS 



ART 

Fine Art: Barbara Stoughton 
Design: Betsy Shepard 
LiLA Spilman 



MUSIC 

Organ: Martha Upchurch 
Piano: JuuA Anne Perry 
Voice: Barbara Marley 



COMMERCE 



Commercial Certificate: 

Evangeline Aydlette 
Daisy Dixon 
Frances Fowlkes 
Adelaide Linehan 
Margaret Powers 
Margaret Rawlings 
Rose Taylor 
Catherine Thomas 
Molly Williams 



Certificate in Stenography: 

Doris Ashby 
Sally Bizzell 
Barbara Buck 
Bobette C^hapman 
Clotilde C^row 
Susan Davis 
Sarah Kirkpatrick 
Mary Anne Montfort 
Barbara Ann Parish 
Christine Price 
Barbara Gray Ramsay 
Sarah Ann Rasberry 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 



Caroly'n Elizabeth Cheek 
Peggy Lou Cooper 
Nell Hirschberg 
Nancy Hobbs 



Mar^- Faye Lee 
Jesse Ormond Sanderson 
Sarah Ann Smithdeal 




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POTPOURRI 




Slender, tender, and feminine gender . . . the girls at S'Mury's . . . ta-rara-boom-de-a . . . going our way . . . Dear John . . . study hall . 
rabbits will multiply . . . faculty-victors . . . brace yourself, Miss. [ones . . . which twin has the Toni , . . day-dreams at work . . . studying , 
spring fever . . . what? no spurs? . . . with and without . . . her did? 



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LI AM 



MlEtlNGS TODlWIIiine Place 








PUBLICATIONS 




Jane Gower 
Editor, Belles 



Peggy Swinson 
Editor, Bulletin 



EDITORIAL STAFF 



Endless sheets of copy, printer's deadlines, misspelled words, typographical errors 
. . . these are the problems of the editorial staff, as it works faithfully and tirelessly 
to turn out the publications. 

Mr. Moore's judgment and ability help him to advise capably all publications. 




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PUBLICATIONS 




Helen Eppes 
Editor, Stage Coach 



Armecia Eire 
Business Manager 



ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY STAFFS 

Attractive drawings in the Stage Coach and in the Bulletin are the products 
of the talented fingers of members of the art staff, while the photography staff pro- 
duces snapshots for the annual. 




BXLETIH 




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Saint Mary s School Library 



BUSINESS STAFF 




CIRCULATION STAFF 

Every two weeks Charlotte \Vallin calls the circulation staff into action to de- 
liver the Belles; three times a year the staff hands out the long anticipated issues 
of the Bulletin; and finally in June, its members distribute the eagerly awaited 
annuals. 



imiqmmBi 



BULLETIN 




CIRCLE 



A blazing" torch, candlelight initiation, white hooded figures walking at mid- 
night, symbolize the high standards of fellowship, school spirit, and honor which 
are cherished by each member of the Circle. 



WiLLINGHAM 


El 


PPES 




Hannah 


President 


Sea 


retary 




Treasurer 


J. Browne 






Holland 




Dixon 






Moore 




Drane 






Parrish 




DuPree 






Pratt 




Eppes 






Smith 




Flanders 






Rylander 




Fleenor 






N'aught 




Gower 






VValston 




Hannah 






Willingham 




. Hamel 






Williams, L. 





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LITERARY SOCIETIES 



The two literary societies, the Sigma Laniba and the E.A.P., are merged this 
year for the purpose of reorganization. With their aims of higher literary achie\'e- 
ment and promotion of interest in writing, the societies choose their members on 
the basis of interest and ability. 



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DOCTOR'S DAUGHTERS CLUB 

The annual banquet in the spring is the highlight of the activities of the Doctor's 
Daughters, led by Jean Craft Jenkins and Mrs. Xaylor. 




GRANDDAUGHTERS CLUB 



Led by Musette Brown and Miss Jane Bell, Alumnae Secretary, the Grand- 
daughters carry on the traditions established bv their mothers here bcfoie them. 







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Y.W.C.A. 



The Y.W.C.A., an organization for non-Episcopal girls with Lenoir Williams as 
president, has as its main objective this year the providing of recreation, as :\ell as 
much needed aid. for the orphans in the city. 




THE WOMAN'S AUXILIARY 

The aiin of the Woman's Auxiliary is to prepare the members to take an active 
part in adult branches of this organization upon finishing school. As its projects 
this year, the Aux^iary, headed by Helen Eppes and assisted by Mrs. I. Harding 
Hughes, has aided Saint Agnes' Hospital and sponsored the annual C'hristmas party. 




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ALTAR GUILD 




CHOIR 

'/n/o Thy hands, Lard. I irnnmrnd mr spirit.' 




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SIGMA PI ALPHA 



The Saint Mary's Pi Chapter of the national language fraternity, Sigma Pi Alpha, 
is composed of college students who make outstanding grades on their language 
courses. 




GLEE CLUB 



Tuesday night practices, the Christmas and spring concerts, and trips to Fort 
Bragg are among the many activities of the Glee Club. Directed Ijy Miss Cate 
and Nancy Hamel. president, the Glee Club is one of Saint Mary's favorite organi- 
zations. 




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DRAMATIC CLUB 



Wigs and greasepaint, cues and costumes bring to mind the Dramatic club, a 
vital part of Saint Mary's. This organization, under the leadership of Mi;s Davis 
and its president, Logan \'aught, has presented Dear Ruth and the annual Shakes- 
pearean commencement play. Much Ado About J\'otlung. 




ORCHESIS 



Directed by Mrs. Guess, Orchesis plans and sponsors May Day and proxides an 
opportunity for those girls interested in learning and creating modern dance. 




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HERE AND THERE 




Butch, eaccr The Rockcttes . . . what, no knees? . . . take it with a Rrin . . . ■Tm just wild about Hanv" . . . Mr. and Miz Stone 
Hi, fop! . . , Polar bear club . aw, Betsy, it aint that bad . . . it's spring again . . . Friar Tuck . . . laugh? I thought I'd die . . . recruit- 
ing . . . town and country, club, that is . . . 



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"Butch" and Nellie ha\e led the Mu's with 
unbounding energy and enthusiasm in every ac- 
tivity towards the final triumph, the plaque. 




Pratt, 1 rusiow 
Campbell, Best, Pace, Eure 



ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

The Athletic C'ouncil makes needed changes 
in the physical education program and athletic 
activities throughout the year. 



\Sig-ma's, the Mu team is after you today. 




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The "vim, vigor, and vitality" of Musette and ; 
Logan have led the Sigmas on towards victory on ;.** 
the athletic field. 




'As the Sigmas go rolling along. 





\'anglil. iii <>\\ n 
Rigsbee, B. Buck. Hudson, Wills 



LETTER CLUB 

Promoting better school spirit and sportsman- 
ship and assisting in directing \arious class sports 
and e.xtra-curricular activities . . , these arc the 
aims of the Letter Club, Saint Mary's honor 
athletic society. 



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HOCKEY 



Bundled in blue jeans and plaid shirts, hockey enthusiasts sacrifice shins and 
fingernails in the Sigma-Mu battles in the fall, with the Mu's winning top honors 
this season. 








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BASKETBALL 

"Shoot!" . . . "Toss-up" . . . "Traveling"' . . . and other such signals echo from 
the basketball court during practice season as the Sigma's and the Mu's begin to 
practice for the tournament, the highlight of the winter athletic season. 





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TENNIS 



BADMINTON 



As soon as the courts dry and the weather warms, 
gym-suit clad girls flock to the tennis courts to practice 
for the Sigma-Mu tournament or just to take part 
in one of Saint Mary's favorite sports. 



Played both indoors and out-of-doors, badminton is 
a year-around sport at Saint Mary's, and the tourna- 
ment, played in the spring, is an important contest 
for both Sigma's and Mu's. 




THE SWIMMING CLUB 

Amid loud cheers and wet splashes, members of the Swimming C'lub displayed 
superlative speed and form in the annual Sigma-Mu meet, with enthusiastic sup- 
port from the sidelines. 








^ "M 1-^ O-^ t/ ^ ; 





'^ 







t\ 



1 1 



li 



droT^ryicbL 



W: 



JriLta ie hnL/>j^yi{ Qjupzl 










MARSHALS 

I Going before us as an example of charm, dignity, and graciousness, the six Mar- 

I shals led us from our first Chapel ser\ice in the fall, through the year, to the drop- 
ping of the handkerchief at commencement. 



Lefl to right: Hannah, Spilman, Holland, Evans, .Xmonette, Misenheimer 



DANCE MARSHALS 

To the Dance Marshals, who so dearly lo\e the light fantastic, the student body J 
of Saint Mary's owes its gratitude for the pleasant memory of perfect dances. 




First row, hjt to right: B. Buck, Plant. .\lli.son, Ti uslow. Wall, ^'o^v(:■Il, Jones. Second row: Montford, Rviandcr Ncwson Hinc-s C/iief- 
Ragland, Cobb. 'J- 





HELEN EPPi:s JANE GOVVER 

OUTSTANDING GIRLS 

Each year the student body selects eight girls whom they consider outstanding 
above all others in leadership, scholarship, school spirit, and achievements at 
Saint Mary's. Here are the girls who, in the eyes of the students, deserve top honors. 

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PAGE PARRISH 



LUCK FLANDERS 



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LOGAN VAUGHT 



JUNE FLEENOR 



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ANN WILLINGHAM 



NANCY HANNAH 



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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




Saram Wai.ston 


Betsy Evans 


Logan \'aught 


Nancy Hannah 


School Spirit 


Style 


]'ersatilitv 


Charm 


Rose Potter 


Luck Flanders 


Nellie Truslow 


Peggy Swtnson 


117/ 


Friendliness 


Sportsmanship 


Originality 


Sande Spilman 


Edith Winslow 


Armecia Eure 


Helen Eppes 


Dignity 


Intellect 


Vivacity 


Dependability 




MAY COURT 1948 



Seated: Betty Bowles, Gene Hines. Lila Spilman. queen; Nellie Truslow, Armecia Eure. Standing: Betty Lokey, Sylvia Newsom, Frances 
Isbell, Tiny Hobart, Anne Ammonctte, Betsy Evans. 



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Amid the welcoming cries of "old 
girls" and the frightened confusion of 
"new girls," the 1947-48 session of Saint 
Mary's officially began, with a flurry 
of bags, stuffed animals, confused 
rooms. Then tests . . . working out 
schedules . . . and at last Saturday ar- 
rived, and big sisters treated little 
sisters to lunch and mo\'ies, introduced 
them to Raleigh, and guided them 
down a forbidding line of friendly 
and welcoming faculty members at 
the Old-Girl-Nevv-Girl party. 

Goblins and witches and sheet clad 
Saint Mary's ghosts roamed the cam- 
pus the night of the Halloween party, 
given by the Junior class for the school. 

Thanksgiving finally came. For 
many of us it meant our first trip home. 





Decemijer was a full month, and 
suddenly the day of the Senior dance 
had arrived. The dance was divine 
and the campus overflowed with men. 

On the heels of the dance came the 
Seniors' lovely pageant of the Christ- 
mas story. Miss Davis' skill lent the 
play beauty and effectiveness. The 
Glee C^lub displayed its talents at a 
program filled with Christmas cheer. 

\\'e were really glad to see one 
another when time came to return, 
although we realized that exams were 
just around the corner. Somehow 
we managed to finish them, and once 
again returned home ! But much to 
our surprise, we had a real vacation, 
for we were snowed in. 

The snow lingered for several weeks. 




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and then one morninti spring was here. 
Along with the return of spring came 
Spring Vacation. We returned just in 
time for Easter and each of us was in- 
spired by the lovely all white early 
service. 

The Freshman-Sophomore trans- 
formed the gym into a spring garden, 
and all agreed that the dance couldn't 
have been better. Soon after it, the 
Junior-Senior again beautified the gym. 
For some it was the last Saint Mary's 
dance and the realization made us sad. 

"A Fantasy of Nature" was the theme 
of a most beautiful May Day, and 
Sande was certainly our pride and joy 
as she reigned as queen Everyone 
claimed it the loveliest in the history 
school. 




Final recitals and concerts took the 
lead on the calendar of events. Exams 
crept up on us for we could not realize 
that the year was almost gone. How- 
ever, soon commencement was here. 
Miss Da\'is' Shakespearean play opened 
the activities, with Class Day coming up 
next day. The Glee Club gave its 
final recital on June 5 and then we at- 
tended Church in our little chapel for 
the last time. 

And the day was here ! Dr. Stone 
awarded the high school diplomas 
in the auditorium, and seniors re- 
ceived theirs from Bishop Penick in 
the Chapel. Finally, Edith, with 
the entire school surrounding her, dis- 
missed school officially with the drop- 
ping of the handkerchief. 




SAINT MARYS SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Richard G. Stone, President 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

High school graduates ore offered two years of standard college work. 
The curriculum also includes 1 1 th and 1 2th grades of high school work. 
All academic courses fully accredited by the Southern Association 

Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics 

and Music Departments with Tuition included 

in General Charge 



Twenty-Acre Campus — Field Sports — Gymnasium — Tennis 
Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool — Horseback Riding — Golf 

RESIDENT AND DAY-STUDENTS 



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ANTIQUES : UPHOLSTERING 
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Raleigh, N. C. 



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Headquarters for College 
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Smart ladies everywhere these days are LIVING ELECTRICALLY, 
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Never gained easily — the graduate's diploma is a symbol of a 
truly great Athievement — one in which every graduate may take 
pride for all his life. 

The Achievement of gaining the confidence and friendship of 
students and faculty is one in which we not only take pride, but 
which we cherish and guard with constant vigilance. 




THE SHOWPLACE OF THE CAROLINAS 



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RALEIGH, N. C. 



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Telephone 7462 




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essenpals to good living and prosperity. 

And directly related to that position of leadership 
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that a country's wealth and welfare rise along with 
its educational standards. And countries rich in 
natural resources can be poor and backuanl with- 
out the benefits of education. 

Yes, the United States is a leader in the field of 
education too— but for how long? Appalling con- 
ditions prevail today in many of our schools. Many 
of our most brilliant teachers are working against 



odds— crowded classrooms, shortages of equipment 
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1. Check up on educational conditions in your local 
schools; 2. Back up and work with organizations 
seeking to improve teachers' working and living 
conditions. For only by keeping our educational 
standards high can we hold our place in the world 
^and assure a prosperous future for our children. 




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